Devon Hamilton wasn’t thrilled from the beginning with the idea of joining his Young and the Restless company with the one his sister was running. He only went along because Lily Winters kept insisting it was what their father, Neil Winters, would have wanted.
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Devon (Bryton James) wasn’t thrilled about the newly merged Chancellor-Winters going public, either. He only went along because Lily (Christel Khalil) and Jill (Jess Walton) were so high on the idea. Now, Devon has decided to hit the breaks and block the IPO. Is Devon in the right?
Y&R: Too Late, No Backsies
Speak now or forever hold your peace doesn’t just apply to weddings, 12% of you would like to point out. Yes, Devon had some objections at the start. But he sat on them, and now the moment has passed. It is way too late in the process to back out now. Such a move could make the company look weak to Wall Street and do damage to the business Devon’s grandmother, Katherine Chancellor, worked so hard to inherit. It would be a slap in the face to both her and Neil.
Devon Hamilton: Love and Understanding
An almost equal 13% would like to make clear that they understand where Devon is coming from, and you even sympathize. But the business must come first! Give Lily Winters and Jill what they want, and then take the money they’re offering to build your own company. And then run it any way you like.
Young & Restless: I Did It My Way
Hamilton-Winters is Devon’s company, 75% are digging in their heels, and he can run it any way he wants. Devon saw Lily’s idea of good business. She hired both Nate (Sean Dominic) and Audra (Zuleyka Silver). They both turned out to be working for the competition. What foxes would Lily allow into the hen house if she took the company public? Devon doesn’t need to stick around to find out.
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